Tesla fails to execute on Model S ramp-up, must seek additional $225 million

Tesla Motors is seeking another $225 million in funding by offering additional stock as it struggles to ramp up production of its all-electric Model S sedan. Its original expectations were for 5,000 deliveries in 2012, but by late September it produced just 255 sedans. This miss caused Tesla to slas...

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